Video: Hanner Perea, Jeremy Hollowell ESPNHS All-American Championship highlights

On April 1st, Indiana incoming freshmen Hanner Mosquera-Perea and Jeremy Hollowell participated in the ESPNHS All-American Championship. Their North squad fell to the South, 86-85. Perea tallied eight points in the game, while Hollowell scored 10.

Their game action:

  • http://twitter.com/downtrentey Trent Downey

    Aw i was hoping you were gonna show the 3 or 4 treys that Hanner popped :/ Alas.

  • N71

    Jeremy hit that dead board in the floor at 1:19…I always seemed to find those back in the day.  Aside from that moment Hollowell reminded me of Paul Pierce, really comfortable and effective from 3 range but once you piss him off he’s inside dunking, blocking shots and before you know it he has 34 points, 11 rebounds, 3 blocks, 5 assists, and 4 steals.  Johnson looked great, better than any point guard I can remember at Purdue in the past several years.  Between Yogi, Craft, Johnson, and Burke there are some really good point guards in the Big 10.  I had only seen Johnson at North Central which this All Star play is different.  He’s fast like Yogi which I hadn’t noticed before.  Not sure if his skills will be leveraged at Purdue or not, if he pushes the ball he better be prepared to finish as well.

  • iufan4life10

     Don’t forget Frazier at PSU, Hollins at Minny, and I could see Appling having a much better year.  The B1G will be loaded with good point guards, heck the B1G will be loaded with talent next year.

    I’m hoping with Watford, Elston, and Perea all being able to play the 4 that Hollowell is molded to play the 3 more than Watford was when he arrived at IU.  I think he could be another player next year that could absolutely go off in any given game.  Last year IU had 6 players that scored 20+ in a game, I think we could potentially 7 or 8 players this coming season that could do that.

  • SCHoosier

    Perea showed good hands on this tape..unlike the one from the other day when he fumbled 3 good passes. concentration issue I imagine. Glad to see he has a bit of a stroke from the FT line also. Hollowell is the whole package..needs a second to get the three off..but great form.

  • N71

    Elston is a really interesting piece to the puzzle.  One corridor of thought says he’ll be a senior and ready to play consistent post minutes to help Cody out.  This would then allow Peter to go to a prep school for a year to build his body a little and move completely clear of his leg injury.  The other corridor of thought is that DE will drift away from effectiveness and place a great burden on Cody to stay out of foul trouble.  We still don’t have that dump truck, lazy eyed, 270 pounded, junk in the trunk, crazed beast to roam the paint but perhaps its not needed.  BeeJay is that guy but boy, is he wanted by just about every school or what.  MSU and OSU have made their marks with big thick dudes that can back anyone down and get 2 or a foul in a pinch.  We don’t have anyone who can hold their ground against that type of bulldozing style.  Tom was the only one close and that’s really the only concern I have for next year’s team.

  • N71

    Elston is a really interesting piece to the puzzle.  One corridor of thought says he’ll be a senior and ready to play consistent post minutes to help Cody out.  This would then allow Peter to go to a prep school for a year to build his body a little and move completely clear of his leg injury.  The other corridor of thought is that DE will drift away from effectiveness and place a great burden on Cody to stay out of foul trouble.  We still don’t have that dump truck, lazy eyed, 270 pounded, junk in the trunk, crazed beast to roam the paint but perhaps its not needed.  BeeJay is that guy but boy, is he wanted by just about every school or what.  MSU and OSU have made their marks with big thick dudes that can back anyone down and get 2 or a foul in a pinch.  We don’t have anyone who can hold their ground against that type of bulldozing style.  Tom was the only one close and that’s really the only concern I have for next year’s team.

  • Hoosierfan323

    I know people have said it on here before but…  Hollowell=smooth!  Perea=beast!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KCZUX4SBFXXM2GEHVKTVKOIYTY Aaron

    I just hope Crean doesn’t allow that ridiculous head band…

  • Chumhoosier

    Who cares, if a head band or a sleeve is his style, let him wear it. the candy stripes and the jerseys are keeping tradition enough. I’m sure you want buss to cut off his dreads too don’t you?

  • inLinE6

     If he gets a little problem as Lebron does, head bands are fine. Try to play like Lebron too!

  • Aceman_Mujezinovic_07

    I personally see more Carmello Anthony in Jeremy Hollowell every time I see him play or see highlights.  I think he may end being the prize of that class but I hope he doesn’t end up being a 1-and-done.

  • 888

    He wont!!!

  • Remy Willing and Abell

    As good as Jeremy Hollowell is , he can wear leg warmers if he likes . In my opinion he will be the one that might leave after 2 yrs

  • Remy Willing and Abell

    As good as Jeremy Hollowell is , he can wear leg warmers if he likes . In my opinion he will be the one that might leave after 2 yrs

  • iufan4life10

     I still don’t see how we can afford to send Jurkin to prep school for a year.  If Zeller decides to leave after next year we will have two freshman battling for time at the 5.  I would rather see Jurkin have a year of practice under his belt in case Zeller decides to leave after next year.

    I would really like to see Anya at IU in 2013-2014.  It seems like coach Crean is trying to go away from the slow, big-body 5 and try to wear them down with faster, quicker bigs.  I could easily see IU playing even more uptempo next year with the added depth and athleticism.

  • E’ville hoosier fanatic

     I think Zeller is a 3 year player.  Comes from a great mid-western family that values a college degree.  His brothers stuck around college and got their degrees at 4 years.  He’s definitely a 3 year, possibly 4 year guy for us.  Depends on if he is able to graduate early.  I’d put my stamp on that.

  • SGHoosier

    I suspect Zeller will stay 3 yrs to get his degree. All his brothers did so I dont see why he will be the exception to his family rule.

    Kids nowadays prefer the uptempo game that TC is doing. Makes it easier to recruit for the kids of today. RMK’s five passes before shooting game is dead n buried thus the quality of his recruits in his fading years. He just didnt adjust to the the changes around him.

  • http://twitter.com/hoosiersmitty HoosierSmitty

    Everyone gets excited about Hanner’s athletic ability, but I’m actually pretty pleased with his shooting form. He was only 2-4 in that clip at the line, but the form is there, which is obviously crucial to guys who crash the boards and draw fouls. 

  • N71

    You bring up an interesting point about going away from the big-body 5 but if that’s the case isn’t BeeJay a big body and someone we’re recruiting.  I hadn’t considering your point about Jurkin before because I just hadn’t thought of it but now that you’ve laid it out I can’t help but agree with you.  It’s an excellent point but there are some freshman 5 that do alright, Zeller, Davis, Sellinger, etc.  

  • Bleeding Crimson

    Hanner might not be a 270 junk in the truck but I think he will give them all that they can handle but he needs to work on his FT.

  • IUMIKE1

    I know what you are saying but another way to look at that is if he ends up being a legit one & done it vastly increases the chances that we hang banner # 6 and I’m OK with that happening…if it all plays out in that way.

  • Eric_wojcik

    Hollowell has one of the softest jump shots I’ve seen.  It just settles into the basket like a small, fresh towel.

  • N71

    I’d like to think you’re right but if he’s projected to be a top 5 pick in the draft I’d have to think that would change the family’s outlook.  His brothers were/are good but not top 5 draft picks.  I mean really, I don’t know if it matters who you are or where you’re from, a top 5 draft pick is something the vast majority of the world’s population would want to be, if you’re one of the few is history to be that gifted, not sure why you would pass that up.  If Cody’s passion was opthalmology or something in the performing arts like jazz dance then perhaps he’d want to pass up a huge paycheck to play basketball to get a less than huge paycheck to dance but I’m just not seeing it.  I think he’s with us for another year and then off to the NBA.  By the way, I’m just assuming we win banner #6 next year.

  • dtfreed

    finally a voice of reason, your right CZ will likely be gone after next year and IU will need Jurkin [who has improved alot] to be game ready. Etherington is the odd man out, not skilled enough and his talents are duplicated many times over, with more coming. The day of keeping lower skilled players when the program was down, is over. 

  • dtfreed

    Huh HP does have good hands? And against very good players

  • Karen Austin

    How is Coach Crean going to give so much talent good playing time?

  • 888

    I know its not your fault because he didnt play much this year but trust me AE is skilled. If youve ever heard of  Dakich talkn about how teams need killers well thats AE. Hes just got a few guys ahead of him. When Wats gone after next year AE will have a spot. Hes a deadly shooter and very athletic. Before its all said and done were all gonna love him.If CTC didnt think hed have a future here hed tell him to move on but CTC has already said that AEs got a big future at IU.

  • iufan4life10

     Yes Anya is a big body and doesn’t fit the mold of a Zeller, Jurkin, or Fischer.  I think if we get Anya in 2013 we would have NBA size on the front line with Zeller, Jurkin, Perea, Fischer, and Anya.  Anya would definitely have to work on conditioning to slim down and up his stamina.  If Zeller is gone and Anya is in we would have enough depth to allow Anya to play for short stretches until he is conditioned well enough to get out and run. 

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